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C. A. Stanton Says Ho Will Be
the Best Known Mayor in
the United States.
From Saturday Advertiser.
"When t'ol. Sam Parker Is mayor of
Honolulu lie will bo '.lie1 boat known
mayor iu tlio United States outside of
Now York and Chicago," Bays Charles
A. Stnntou, onco of tlio Kalraukl Land
Company, now head of tlio Charles A.
Stanton & Co. nnd a partner in the
bond houso cf M. L. EkUfi.aux & Co
of Snn Francisco, who arrived from the
Coast this week on a business trip.
Mr. 8tanton says tbnt ovcrywboro ho
went on tlio mainland ho found frionds
of the Republican candidato 'for tho
mayoralty and ho bollovcs that by
electing Colonol Parker tho pooplo of
Honolulu 'will bo doing tho biggest bit
of promotion work they could possibly
"I camo to Honolulu to remain a
few days looking after Borne business
interest nnd expect to roturn cither on
tho Wilholmlnn noxt weok or the Mongolia
tho week following," says Stanton.
"While I am horo I oxpoct to
invito CoL Sam Parker to becomo a
dlroctor in tho California Bond and
Mortgago Compnny, which I am now
organizing with n paid-up capital of
Wants His Good Name
"I do not want tho colonol so much
for a subscription as I do for advertising
purposes. During tho past flvo
months I have motored over eight thousand
miles in California, touching every
county excepting two, which were
and everywhere I havo been,
and mentioned Hawaii, I was invariably
asked tho question: 'Do you
know Col. Sam Parker f' When I said
I did, I always got a welcome.
"I novcr know tho valuo of my acquaintance
with Colonel Parkor until
I got out and mingled with tho farmers,
merchants and bankers in tho interior
of California. It seems that tho continued
publicity tho colonol has received
from time to timo and his own striking
personality, has given him a valuable
reputation, equal to thnt of any
big national charactor. This not only
applies to California but in every other
Stato where Hawaii is mentioned and
I havo concluded it a capital idea to
try and get the colonel to servo on
my directorate, becnuso I am fully convinced
that his good name will bo a
valuable asset to tho company in securing
business. I hopo ho will servo regardless
of tho election results.
Tho Best Known Mayor.
"I want to add that if Honolulu
elects him mayor she will have, except-inn
tho mayors of Now York and Chi
cago, tuo nest known mayor in tlio
United States. His election will ho a
valuablo asset to tho Hawaiian Islands.
Floating a Big Company.
"Tho California Bond and Mortgago
Company would certainly liko to get
liim. This company will bo tho largest
I loan compnny in California specializing
in first mortgago farm loans. Wo ex
pect to turn our capital about tour or
! live times a year, working upon a small
margin ot about ono and a halt to two
per cent on long-time farm loans,
ing the small tamer the benefit ot
cheap money nnd at tho sauio timo
giving our stockholders nbout ten per
cent on their investment. Wo oxpoct
to operate upon the same plan thnt has
proven to bo very popular and successful
in Germany and France, where the
small farmer secures his money on a
par with industrial and railroad corporations.
. Wants Hawaiian Capital.
"Wo havo met with a ereat deal of
encouragement from tho bankers and
prominent merchants and farmers of
California, whero about per
cont of tho company's stock will bo
subscribed. Wo will only want
or $150,000 subscribed in Hawaii '
with which wo will arrango to maintain
control and givo the small farmers
and others of Hawaii, who wish real
cstato loans, tho full benefit of tho
company '8 operations.
Speakers Win Applause at All
Reference to the Late '
Steam Roller. '
(From Saturday Advertiser)
Kaimuki weather thawed- somewhat
last night and a good numbor of people
turned out to hear tho Democratic
speakers who went up tho hill to ad-dress
the livo wiro district. Among
tho audiencowero found many Repub
licans oi me oiu guuru anu many moro
who, it is claimed, are straddling? tho
uncertain political fence, this campaign
Tho Democratic speakers dust bub
bled over with friendly solicitude in
reminding tho of how tho
Republicun convention had ignored tho
roll hill section of tho city while they,
tho Democrats, had been so good as to
make snro the eastern end of Honolulu
had not been forgotten when it came
to putting up candidates for Tuesday's
Several of tho candidates wero very
well received and had moro upplause,
Iprobablv, than was good for them, as
kilns may havo been tho moans of rais
ing Jnlse hopes In tueir manly ana
Messrs. Wirtz nnd Pctries mndo cood
lind sensible talks, and both wero list-
pncil to with more than ordinary attention.
M C. Pacheco mudo what was
considered to bo his best speech this
t'ainpnlgu. ami lie lilt tho nail on tlio
liend eeurul times and trod on tho
ItfUvf corns of not a few. His refer
ence to "tho live wire district" was
Bra apt one, and his mentiou of the
strum roller wi rccttveu with conild
i l .i.n i nlio
1 iH la lorrr, weight And effect.
i'li -Mi Mil lip i-ml rrl..ii In the
in iU ruer thirty yenn nnd had held
n'i priMions on Mittti nnd here
on Ortlm. If elected lie would do the
host he could for everybody. Walters
talked tnxti and tnxntlon. The son
Interest the Territory pays dally on It
bonded indebtedness seeing to hnvo got
his "gout." Next year the tax
would raise our taxc In n cent
unl n half or more. There was nothing
to stop it.
"Tho Republican hnvo been giving
Minus everywhere this election, nnd I
ira told they tried to give you ono last
Mondny, hut tho weather wns too cold
nnd you went nwny withont it," said
Tim Coke. Ho suld he enmo from Maui,
but if elected nil sections of tho Territory
would be treated nlikc. Ho gavo
Representative Towso somo mention in
connection with his efforts in working
for tho new lenutlful Kaimuki school.
"Under the ennopy of henven nnd
on th's ground I stand squarely on my
feet before you who nro in front of
mo," quoted tho Hon. Mr. Kcnwohaku,
candidnto for tho house. His grandiloquent
efforts tit delivering n
of English eloquence was gamo,
and oven If ho foil down at times from
tho highor elevations ho was appreciated
immensely, especially by. a largo
numbor of Hawaiinn ladies whoso
could not be withheld. It may
bo said for Koawohaku that ho tried
and succeeded in making an English
speech, something somo Hawaiian orators,
who know tho English languago
bettor, probably than Gabriel, are loath
Suporvlsor McClellan spoko long nnd
feelingly on tho rights 'and needs of
Kaimuki. Tho mayor camo in for a
good share of- his remarks, and ho stood
manfully by his guns and dofended his
political municipal chief, othcrwiso
J. J. Fern.
7T. Lightfoot, who has hopes of being
tho next city and county attorney,
spoko long and earnestly in rcgnrd to
tho campaign canard which clnvrgos
Jarrett and Hose with not doing their
duty during tho late unpleasantness in
relation to the visit of the steamer
"Senator" and labor recruiting agont
Filipinos and Porto Ricans wero tho
scum of tho earth, said tho speaker,
and it would have been a Godsend if
tboy had been permitted to shako tho
dust of Honolulu off their barefooted
Many other speakers addressed (tho
audience, which did not break up until
all tho candidates had spoken.
VOTE FOR COHEN
(From Saturday Advertiser)
What is described as tho biggest
gathering yot got together on Punchbowl
in the present campaign greeted
Cohen's Jlinstrela and the independent
candidates last night at tho corner of
Ijuso and Punchbowl strpets, tho ontiro
population' for blocks around being out
to the show. Hon Wise and his
felt flattered while J. C. Cohon,
Charley Hustacc and 'D. Knlnuokalani,
Sr., tho political end of the combination,
"viewod with prido" the assemblage.
Both Hustaco nnd Kalauoknlani spoko
briefly, each advancing his arguments.
Cohen made an extended speech, receiving
much applause. Ho paid particular
attention to tho banana claims, promising
to soo that every ono will bo paid
for plants destroyed iu 'tho recent anti-mosquito
campaign, at tho samo timo
justifying tho work of tho citizens'
Cohen got a particularly good- hand
when ho rend a statement Bigncd by 'every
member of tho Hawaiian Band
now in tho city of those whom -ho took
abroad on tho rather disastrous tour of
tho mainland. This statement, Cohen
explained, ho had secured because somo
of his opponents wero telling that ho
had abused the Hawaiian musicians on
thnt trip. The statement is:
"Wo, tho undersigned, members of
tho Royal Hawaiinn Band, during tho
tour of tho "United States under tho direction
of ,T. C. Cohen, tnko this opportunity
of stating that during tho entiro
trip wo wero accorded every consideration
nnd comfort in Mr. Cohen's power
to givo us.
"Wo travoled first class nnd stayed
at good hotels and while tho trip turned
out a financial failure, Mr, Cohen sacrificed
every dollar ho had to enrry us
through and brjng us homo in snfotj'.
"Any report to tho contrary is gotten
up to hurt him .politically and to
show' that the band considers him its
friend, wo nro going to work and voto
for him as senator."
HOTEL FOR TOlSTS
HANA, Maui, November 1. The
Aiona Hotol is being enlarged. Host
Aioim is now putting up a now nnnox
of six rooms, with bath and toilet in
cneh room. Thero will bo broad lanais
on either side, with a billiard nnd pool
room nt tho back of tho building for
tlio guests. Mr. Aionn intends to
a large tourist car in tho near
future to accommodate tho increasing
tourist traffic from tho Haloaknla crater
During tho past threo months 200
tourists have mado tlio crater trip
Makawao to Haleakala, Haloakala to
Kaupo, and Kipahulu to Hana, whore
somo take the steamer and others
to make the ditch trail from Hana
to Keanae nnd Kailua, where an auto
rido can bo mado to Wailuku in quick
The ditch trail, for scenery, bns no
equal in these Islands. Tho many beautiful
waterfalls along the trail and the
awe-inspiring view, of the Keanae Valley
from nu elevation mako a lasting
impression upon tho weary travelers.
FOB THE GOLFER.
For soreness of tho muscles, whether
induced by violent exorcise or injury,
there is nothing better than Chamber-mill's
Pain Balm. This liniment also
relievos rheuiirutlc pains. For iolo by
Benson. Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for
UAZETTM, TI'KSIUY, NClVMfllkU J, 02. SKML WKGRLY.
Passing property nnd accounts from
the right to tho left hand is thcoreticnl
ly what Cnpt. D. II. I'nso, formor com
irtlssnry, nml now a member of tho quartermaster
corps of the department of
Hawaii, nnd C'nptnln Cooke, formerly
paymaster but now nlso a member of
tho snmo corps, did about midnight
Thursday, following tho rccolpt of a
cablegram from division headquarters
directing nil officers who had hold Indo
pendent olllccs to transfer such property
to themselves as mombors of the
Tho instructions in tho order are
somewhat indoflnlto, but not so indefinite
ob tardy, for practically no timo
was given to tho ofllccrs to make nny
preparations for transferring property
and accounts. Tho transfor is a moro
formality for tho samo officers continue
to excrciso tho samo functions ns
Captain Case still being in chargo
of the commissary department, nnd
Captain Cooko will continuo to bo the
The regimental quartermasters nro
affected by tho order. Tho dopartmont
hoadquartors telephoned to tho various
army posts directing tho post commissaries
to turn over their accounts nnd
supplies to tho post quartermaster, and,
when acting in a doublo capacity, tho
officers (were ordered to turn over to
themselves as qunrtermastors, their
own funds' and accounts as commissaries.
In order to straighten out a complox
situation at Schofield Barracks, -Captain
Wntkins, Second Infnntry, who is
post quartermastor, has resigned as
regimental quartermaster. Ho takes
over tho duties of Captain Carey,
post commissary, who will continue
to act as tho regimental
sary for tho First Infantry.
Promotions Lookod For.
Captain Case, who by tho new net
creating tho quartermaster corps, would
bo promoted to tho rank of major, look,
cd for his promotion yesterday, tho
dato on which tho corps became a fact.
Tlio nows may como by cablet His promotion
would givo tho department an-'
other high ranking officer, and would
bo just another step toward a division
Second Incut. Frank Andrews, Eighth
Cavalry, aide to General Macomb,
has been looking for advices announcing
his promotion to n first lioutonancy.
Ho received a letter yesterday from a
department of the war department at
Washington directed to First Lieut.
Frank M. Andrews. His promotion will
bo dated back in September.
Army Offices Closo Today.
General Macomb rccoived two cablegrams
yesterday from division
instructing tho commander to
closo all officers, all flags and
notify all officers to wear mourning
badges. Tho first cablegrnm reads:
"Tho secretary of war .directs all offices,
arsenals and other army establishments
to bo closed nnd nil labor of
troops suspended Novcmbor 2, in honor
of tho Into Hon. James Sherman, Into
Vice-President of tho United States."
The second messago read:
"Funeral of tho Vice-President of
the United States will take placo Saturday,
November 2, 1912, at Utica, Now
York. Issues orders directing that flags
of your department bo displayed at
half-staff, and that nineteen
bo fired at noon. Usual badge of
mourning will bo worn by ofllccrs of
army and colors of regiments, corps of
cadets and bnttalion of ongineors, will
ho placed in mourning for thirty days.
By direction of tho division commander."
Coming on tho Sherman.
Dopartmont headquarters has been
notified that tho transport Sherman,
which leaves San Francisco on November
5, will havo the following passengers
aboard for Honolulu and Manila;
Honolulu Col, J. S. Itogors, infantry,
Schofiold BarrackB; Maj. Arthur S.
Conklin, general Btaff; Cnpt. O. B.
Roscmbaum, 24th Infantry, who has
oxchanged with on officer of tho Second
Infantry; Capt. Edward Carpenter,
C. A. O.; Capt. Campbell King, First
Infantry; Cnpt. W. It. Davis, Medical
Corps; First Lieut. Win. G. Ball, Second
Infantry; First Lieut. Wilbur Rogers,
First Field .Artillery; Second Lieut.
J. H. llincmau Jr., First Infantry; Second
Lieut. T. J, Camp Second Infantry,
Manila Col. II, P. McCain,
Maj. A. B. Shattuck, 20th Ini
tantry; Mai. H. D. Cronin, 24th Infantry;
Mnj. F. E. Harris, C. A. C; Maj.
P. G. Harris, 13th Infantry; Maj. C.
H. McNeil. C. A. C; Maj. Chas, C.
Clark, 15th Infantry; Capt. Girard
Sturtvant, 24th Infnntry; Capt. L. G.
Berry, 13th Infantry; Capt. It. B,
24th Infantry; Capt. II. Rogers,
Philippine Scouts; Chaplain S. M. Lutz,
8th Infantry; First Liout. K. L. Pepper,
15th Infantryj'First Liout. P. D. Glass-ford
First Fiold Artillery; Jas. A. Randall,
P. A. Surg., U. S. Nnvy; First
Lieut. I. Lindenstruth, Philippine
Scouts; W. E. Moorman, paymaster, V.
8. Navy; A. H, Eddins, paymaster, U,
S. Nnvy; Second Liout, C. D. Lang,
7th Cavalry; Second Lieut. R. M.
8th Cavalry; Lieut, Carlo A.
Plvirotto, Philippino Scouts; Lieut. O.
A. Gardiner, Philippino Scouts.
Riding Test Dates.
The dqtcs for tho annual riding test
for offices abovo tho grade of captain
have been set for November 2,7, 20 and
27. Thoy will start from Schofield Barracks
on a sixty-mile rido, broken into
three days' riding of twenty miles per
Major Conklin of the general staff,
who was recently assigned to duty with
tho department of Hawaii, will leave
San Francisco on November G, He is
to report in person to the commanding
officer for duty.
Veterinarian Is Bentenced.
Veterinarian James 11, Hayncs, Fifth
Cavalry, who was recently tried by
at Schofield Barracks for
using disrespectful lnuguage toward a
superior officer, Vet. Jns. Vans Agnew
of tho immo regiment, was found guilty
by the court nud sunteiicod to a
by reviewing authority and to
forfeit $25 of hit pay each month for
four month. Tim reviewing nutlioMty
approved lhr entcnen, but mltlnnUM
the forfeiture of jmy f rum four to two
This In the conclusion of n difference
of opinion between the two vttcrlnn
ilnns ocr certain method of treating
homs, resulting In Doctor ttiivnm writ
nig H letter to the adjutant of'tho fifth
Cnvnlty in which he frcelv mid cnimtl
enlly rtltlcixcd bis superior. Ills coin
niiiiientloti wn dhte.1 July 14, 11)18,
nnd It contained ecrnl 'caustic re
marks. Ono Is:
"The language used shows the uttor
nnd total Ignorance of common ordlnarv
English," referring to Vniu Agnew.
This was regarded ns sulncrshe ol
good dljeipllne. Another paragraph
read that "soclnl relations did not ou
tor into professional ethics nnd that
nono could bo violated by Dr. Vans
J n tho chnrges mndo against Doctor
Unyncs It wns stated thnt this
wns false and mlslendiug. Doctor
Hayncs also wrote thnt "blister tho
top of swelling," roferrlng to treatment
of n horse, "is nonsensical and
fnlso." This wns considered
and mlslonding. Ho also called
Dr. Vans Agnow nn ignorant nnd
Tho reviewing authority snld:
to superiors will not bo confined
to obcdlcnco on duty, but will bo ox-tended
on all occasions. Tho briof services
of tho accused does not oxcuso
actions and tho uso of words tho seriousness
of which ho should havo appreciated
boforo his entry into tho service.
FOR BOARD s
'Ordered by the department of immigration,
labor and stntistics to return
at onco from his immigration mission in
Uussia, Dr. Victor S. Clark is beliovod
to havo incurred tho displeasure of that
branch of tho territorial government.
It is further assorted that his recall
from Russia may prelude other communication
between himself nnd tho department
that will result in his resignation.
Tho substantial facts at presont aro
that a rapid interchange of cables hns
taken placo botween him and tho department
regarding his work in Russia,
and that ho has now been ordorod to
roturn ns soon as it is possible to complete
work that now has his attention
and which cannot bo foregone. Tho request
for hnsto has assumed the instruction
to turn nil this work over to
R, C. Brown, if possible.
Brown has been in Russia for somo
timo, having been ordered thero from
London, where his efforts to secure a
steamer for immigrants proved fruitless.
It is understood that tho best
offer for a steamer wns 35,000 and all
1 quarantine expenses.
. It is now fairly certain that tho work
of investigating possiblo immigration
sources in Russia and Poland will bo
continued by Brown.
In discussing tho work of Brown nnd
Clark in Russia Governor Frear yesterday
stated that thoy havo mndo arrangements
for fnvorablo rates ovqr the
railroad for immigrants
"They mny bo successful in getting
peoplo of Poland to como here," ho continued.
"Bulgarians wero spoken ot
very highly but I do not know that any
can eomo now oh account of tho war in
the Bnlkans, although thoy do not
the war will last lone."
Tho Advertiser published n statement
some timo ngo that tlio board of immigration
had given authority to ono of
its agents to look over tho Bulgarian
question, or nt least to nsccrtain
whether or not tho Balkans would bo n
profitable source for immigration to Hawaii.
Ono of tho board's ngents, who
was about to leave for Portugal with
somn deported immigrants, wns authorized
to mako a hasty trip into tho Balkan
region to mako inquiries.
In tho lottor received by tlio Governor
yesterday ho learned thnt a rato of
$20 had been mndo from Odessa to
Vladivostok, and nt tho latter port they
can be reassigned for tho trip to Hawaii
It is possiblo that a Polish agent will
ho sent to Hawaii to investigate conditions
here, and upon his roport tho
imnilgrution from Poland will
HIE MAT! FOR
WAILUKU, Maul, November 1. It
would bo bard to imagine u gift that
would do greator good or creutd wider
interest in this district than tho splendid
donation to tho young peoplo of
ICawnihau through tho generosity of
Rufus Spalding in founding tho
Harris Spalding Memorial
I'und, to bo used in supplying additional
training to worthy graduates of
the Kapaa School nnd fitting them for
a lifo of teaching.
Wishing to devote tho sum of $10,000
to some worthy object in tho district
in momory of his mother, tho Into Mrs.
W. H. Spalding, Mr. Spalding has decided
that tho income from tho $10,000
shall bo set nsldo to pay tho expenses
of girls whoso faithful work in tho past
seems to warrant assistance, and from
now on not fowor than four young
ladles will havo all thdr expenses paid
in tho Kaiulani Home for Girls in Honolulu
until such timo ns thoy graduate
from tho Territorial Normal and Training
School and aro ready to assume
ihvir duties as teachers, after which
others will be sent to tho homo )o fill
tho places thus vacated.
Tho two first beneficiaries under this
fund have already entered on their
duties in the normal, whilo two others
will be sent ns soon as practicable,
"To meroly express our thnnks for
tliis magnificent gift seems small and
inadequate," say those in charge of
the fund, "but utterly inadequate ns
wo know our thanks to be, thoy are
-till most gratefully offered by scholars,
parents nnd teachers alike."
(From Saturday Aihortiscr)
Kditor If Mr. Charles
Hustacc cares anything for the frlcuds
who 'supported him for supcrvls6r two
yenrs ngo, nnd who favored his candi
dacy for mayor of this city lately, ho
will now resign as an Independent
for mayor nnd throw his valuable
Influence for tho election of Samuel
Parker, tho regular nominee of tho
amo party of which Mr. Hustaco nsked
thilt his name bo considered. If Mr.
Hustacc thinks tbnt his frionds who
signed papors permitting him to
n candidate intended thorobv to
support nnd voto for him, ho Is misled,
Tho signing of nomination papers was
only n friendly net that any citizen
would do. No doubt thoro nro several
names of porsons of different political
initii to Mr. iiustnco on tneso papers.
Does ho expect them to also vote for
him!' No; but they will urco him to
remain in tho fiold in ordor to defeat
Pnrker. Grnntlntr thnt Mr. Hustaco
should havo rccoived tho nomination,
grant also thnt ho is bettor qualified for
tho position thnn tho nomineo (and
many of his frionds so think),, it is
his duty now to stand by his frionds,
nnd if ho cannot conscientiously voto
for Mr. Parker, to remain silent not
P05T0FFICE DEPARTMENT REFUSES TO
PAY FOR REMOVAL OF ICE AND SNOW HERE
Postmnstcr Pratt has notified Territorial
Trensuror Conkling thnt ho will
not permit tho Territory or tho municipality
to lovy ossessmonts ngnlnst tho
postoffico property for taxes, sprinkling
tho streets or removing snow and
ico around tho building.
Tho formal notice camo to tho treasure
re yestorday nnd caused tho lattor
to shiver with apprehension for having
just returned from tho mainland, tho
land of sleet nnd hall. Ho immediately
wont to tlio postoffico to seo the post-
Traveler on Ventura Tells of
Mystic Ceremonies in His
Honor on Savaii.
With fifteen thousand feet of moving
picturo films of native South Sen customs
and corcmonies and considerable
scientific datn, F. B. Hydo of Washington,
D. C, n specinlly commissioned
agent of tho Smithsonian Institution
and tho federal doparttnent of agriculture,
was a travelor through Honolulu
yeBtcrdny on tho Oceanic liner Ventura.
Mr. Hydo found oxporienco galoro in
his "pastures new," and tho untrod
paths, whero his work of scientific exploration
carried him and Mrs. Hydo,
wero found extremely different from
tho ordered ways in his homo city.
From lifo on nn ibolnted island in native
huts and on native food to tho
weird native ceremonies by which ho
was made a high chief of tho Snmoans,
tho local color 'thnt ho gathered was
both brilliant nud valuablo to tho scientific
institution ho represented and to
Ho travoled purely for his own pleas
nro and amusement, his commissions
from the government being in recognition
of his scholarly attainments and
to iibsist him in his chosen work. This
thoy proved to be. In his moving picture
work nlono ho secured films of
corcmonies nnd phases of nntlvo lifo
thnt so far ns known hnvo never been
recorded in that wny boforo; many of
which have never left tho South Seas
in any way nt all.
He journeyed from Sninon to Tahiti,
and was thero when tho Sophie
now in Honolulu harbor, put in
an nppearanco, leaking badly. After
following his scientific pursuits in the.
Society group for somo time, ho returned
to Samoa and finally arranged
a trip to tho island of Savaii, ou which
is located Samoa's famous volcanp. As
Ids guests ho had daughter
of King Malenton of Samoa, and hor
husbnnd, Mulinuii. Fnniuu's half-brother
was nn arrival in Honolulu yesterday,
coming horo to bo educated.
Princess His Interpreter.
Faamu had been educated in tho Fijis
and spoko Kiiglish perfectly, and sho
proved un excellent companion for Mrs.
Hydo and Mrs. Mitchell, wife of tho
Amorican consul nt Pago Pugo, who accompanied
the party. Onco on the Island
It was nlmoHt impossible to net
oil and it wns days boforo
thoy wore able to get passago to Apia.
Tho trip proved to bo a trying ono nnd
told on tlio lieu I tn ot botli -Mr. ilyuu
nnd his wife.
Faamu, while tho guest of tho Hydes,
nevertheless was prepared to seo that
they had tho best of times whilo among
her native peoplo, and this thoy as
"I was innde n high chief with nil
tho elaborate ceremonies proper to tho
occasion," said Mr, Hyde last night,
lust boforo tho Ventura sailed for San
Francisco. "Whilo part of tho
uies were golnc on I wns able to cot
somo excellont moving picturo views of
tho scene, but when they had progressed
to a point where wo beenmo tho contra!
figures J nail to sncrllico my scientllio
desires to tho honor thoy did me.
"Wo wero seated iu , front of tho
high 'chiefs nnd talking inon of tho is
land, und crowns wore solemnly placed
ou tho heads of myself and my wife,
l'licir grcnt king, who died three hundred
yenrs ngo, but who still s'ts in
their councils, whispering ghostly ad
vice, named me tho "Sharp
HIS NOMINATION PAPERS
to stand In tho way of tho election of
tho man his own pnrty mid friends
finally iiomllmlcd. Ho nsked for the
nomination nnd failed; nnothor secured
tho prize. Someone must always go
down to defeat, nnd It Is poor politics
to lenvo tho party nnd try to sccuro the
dofeut of those who were lueky. Mr.
Pnrker is n friend of yours, Charley.
It wns not his work that defeated you.
You simply failed to got tlio support
of a majority. Listen to your friends
now, nnd stand by thoio who stood by
you, nnd do not listen to friends of tho
opposlto pnrty, who will laugh nt you
when they have secured tho election
of their man. Bo mncnanlmous. Mr.
I Hustaco. Resign ns a candidate Tho
course you nro taking will kill you
politically for nil time, nnd you nro too
good n man to be thus laid on tho shelf.
Your frionds will ngnln wnnt your
sorviccs Mr. Fern is not such an improvement
over Mr. Pnrker that yon
can afford to bo responsible for his election
next Tuesday. Again, stand by
thoso who trusted yon. It is few in
number who oncourngo you in tho step
you nro now taking. It is not too late
to stand aside. You will gain fflondn
by doing so. This is tho ndvlco of
ONE WHO SIGNED
mnstor nnd ask him whether thoro wan
a possibility of a sudden snow storm
horo thnt ho should mention tho subject,
Howovor, tho postmaster has meroly
transmitted a printed clrculnr from tho
treasury department, dated Soptombor
10, 1012 in which notico is given that
the tronsury dopartmont will not pay
any taxes or assessments ngninst property
under its control for municipal
improvements, or for sprinkling streots
or removing tho snow nnd ico
Tho local treasurer is not worrying
much about tho snow nnd ico portion
of tho notico.
Kills." I wns presontcd with n nntivo
wife and took royal rank on the island
Splendid Baco Typo.
"There wero six hundred nntlvo
grass houses on tho island, nnd only
two 'white' iiouscs, used ns trading stations.
Tho nntives wero practically in
the snmo primitive condition that thoy
wero sixty yours ago, hardly touched by
outside influences. It was a wonderful
exporienco to live in that vlllago,
by bronzo Greok goddesses and
bronzo Greek heros. Thoy aro tho most
perfect race of people, I bellovo, I havo
over laid oyes on. Thoy were oxtromoly
clcnn in, their mniiner of living, nhd
thoir houses wero kept immaculate.
"Tho volcano of Savaii is now almost
absolutely dead. In five plnccs thin
ctrenks of sulphurous smoko curl up, but
outside of that and somo heat in plnccs,
thore is no activity of any sort.
"Wo waited twenty-four days on
Snvnil before wo woro ublo to get off,
and tlion got to Apia just in time to
cntcb tlio Dawn for Pago Pago. Onco
there wo had but a fow hours to get
tho Ventura for homo, nnd now I nm
bound for Washington just ns fast as
tlio boat nnd train can got mo there."
Mr. Hydo wns 'the man who sent tho
centipede to tho Washington
zoo on tho InBt Sonoma. That
insect gained considerable notoriety
here through the fact thnt PurBer Mc-Nulty
had to sleep in tho same cabin
with it and dreamed dreams every
night, nrriving in Honolulu in a palo
and nervous condition therefore,
Editor Advcrtisor: Referring to
statomoiits from timo to timo by politicians
that Mr. C. G. Bartlott Bhould
not bo opposed ns a candidato for supervisor
on account of his connection
with tho liquor interests, and that tho
liquor question should not bo brought
into politics in this election, wo bollovo
that it would bo of interest to tho
elccorato to know tho attitudo that
Mr, Bnrtlctt, himself, took towards Mr.
Sam Johnson whon ho was considering
running as a dolcgato to tho Republican
county convention and us a candidato
Tho following statement wns mado by
Mr. Sam Johnson in tho presence of tho
undersigned and others on tho steamer
Mauna Koa on tho night of September
25, while wo wwo on tho way to tho
Hllo civic convention.
"Early in Soptombor I was askod by
a numbor of men of this city to run
as a delegate to tho Republican county
convention and also ub n supervisor. At
a meeting of tho Kakaako precinct I
was offered tho unanimous support for
supervisor. It was thoro I was informed
of Mr. Bnrtlctt 'il opposition to mo,
'on account of my being against liquor.'
I saw Mr. Bartlctt tho noxt morning
and asked him If it was truo that ho
was oppoBcd to me. To this ho ropliod
that ho was, for the reason that it was
reported to him that during the prohibition
campaign I fought tlio liquor interest
in my district in Puna.'" Very
truly yours, G. FRED. BUSn,
F. C, ATHERTON.
Honolulu, Novembor 2. "
In honor of tho two eldest children
of M. C. Swift, nn old fashioned Hawaiian
lunu was givon in Kaplolanl
Park, beginning ut ono o'clock
PILES CURED IN G TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
euro any case of Itching, Blind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
1 4 days or nioney refunded. Mado by
PP1S MEDICINE CO.. Saint Loub
U a ot A.
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